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The Condor, Volume 99, Number 1 (1997)

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The Role of Ornithology in Conservation of the American West. 1-6.
Carl E. Bock.
Avian Nest Success in Relation to Past Grazing Regimes in a Montane Riparian System. 7-13.
Elisabeth M. Ammon, Peter B. Stacey.
Predation of Artificial Ground Nests at Two Types of Edges in a Forest-Dominated Landscape. 14-24.
Timothy J. Fenske- Crawford, Gerald J. Niemi.
Ecological Consequences of Nest Site Fidelity in Black Brant. 25-38.
Marks S. Lindberg, James S. Sedinger.
Habitat Selection By the Monk Parakeet During Colonization of a New Area in Spain. 39-46.
Daniel Sol, David M. Santos, Elias Feria, Jordi Clavell.
Quantification of Microscopic Feather Characters Used in the Identification of North American Plovers. 47-57.
Carl J. Dove.
Molt, Maturation of Plumage and Ageing in the Wandering Albatross. 58-72.
P.A. Prince, H. Weimerskirch, N. Huin, S. Rodwell.
Timing and Extent of the Molts of Adult Red-Eyed Vireos on Their Breeding and Wintering Grounds. 73-82.
Robert S. Mulvihill, Christopher C. Rimmer.
Molt and the Basic Plumage of Male Harlequin Ducks. 83-90.
Fred Cooke, Gregory J. Robertson, R. Ian Goudie, W. Sean Boyd.
The Adaptive Significance of Nutrient Reserves to Breeding American Coots: A Reassessment. 91-103.
Todd W. Arnold, C. Davison Ankney.
Energetics, Thermoregulation and Nocturnal Hypothermia in Australian Silvereyes. 104-112.
Tracy A. Maddocks, Fritz Geiser.
Diurnal Variation of Metabolic Responses to Short-Term Fasting in Passerine Birds During the Postbreeding, Molting and Migratory Period. 113-122.
Susanne Jenni-Eiermann, Lukas Jenni.
Gastrointestinal Morphology and Motility in American Kestrels Receiving High Or Low Fat Diets. 123-131.
G.E. Duke, J. Reynhout, A.L. Tereick, A.E. Place, D.M. Bird.
Species Limits in the Le Conte's Thrasher. 132-138.
Robert M. Zink, Rachelle C. Blackwell, Octavio Rojas-Soto.
Molecular Variation and Biogeography of Rock Shags. 139-150.
Douglas Siegle-Causey.
Explanations for the Infrequent Cowbird Parasitism on Common Grackles. 151-161.
Brian D. Peer, Erick K. Bollinger.
Kleptoparasitism in Tropical Seabirds: Vulnerability and Avoidance Responses of a Host Species, the Red-Footed Booby. 162- 168.
Matthiew Le Corre, Pierre Jouventin.
Reproductive Success of the Northern Cardinal, a Large Host of Brown-Headed Cowbirds. 169-178.
Kevin P. Eckerle, Randall Breitwisch.
Biased Detection of Bird Vocalizations Affects Comparisons of Bird Abundance Among Forested Habitats. 179-190.
Jim Schieck.
Diurnal and Nocturnal Visual Function in Two Tactile Foraging Waterbirds: the American White Ibis and the Black Skimmer. 191- 200.
Luz Marina Rojas, Raymond Mcneil, Therese Cabana, Pierre Lachappelle.
Book Reviews. 238-245.
Briefly Noted. 246.
News and Notes. 247.
Information for Contributors. 248-250.

Short Communications

Hunting Association Between the Aplomado Falcon (Falco Femoralis) and the Maned Wolf (Chrysocyon Brachyurus) in Emas National Park, Central Brazil. 201-202.
Leandro Silveira, Anah T.A. Jacomo, Flavio H.G. Rodrigues, Peter G. Crawshaw, Jr.
Singing for Your Supper: Acoustical Luring of Avian Prey By Northern Shrikes. 203-206.
Eric C. Atkinson.
The Foraging Behavior of Semipalmated Sandpipers in the Upper Bay of Fundy: Stereotyped Or Prey-Sensitive?. 206-210.
W. Herbert Wilson, Jr., Erin R. Vogel.
Aquatic Community Characteristics Influence the Foraging Patterns of Tree Swallows. 210-213.
John P. Mccarthy.
The Mating Strategies of Eastern Screech-Owls: A Genetic Analysis. 213-217.
Sunni G. Lawless, Gary Ritchison, Paul H. Klatt, David F. Westneat.
Characteristics of Nesting Areas Used By San Clemente Island Sage Sparrows. 217-219.
David W. Willey.
Female Hooded Merganser Body Mass During Nesting. 220-224.
Michael C. Zicus.
Variation in Incubation Periods and Egg Metabolism in Mallards: Intrinsic Mechanisms to Promote Hatch Synchrony. 224- 228.
Margaret C. Maccluskie, Paul L. Flint, James S. Sedinger.
The Potential to Lay Replacement Clutches By Tree Swallows. 228-231.
Taali M. Rooneem, Raleigh J. Robertson.
A Technique for Dorsal Subcutaneous Implantation of Heart Rate Biotelemetry Transmitters in Black Ducks: Application in an Aircraft Noise Response Study. 231-237.
Craig A. Harms, W. James Fleming, Michael K. Stoskopf.
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